TechMonitor reports on the future of the U.K. Data Protection and Digital Information Bill after the announcement of the U.K.'s new prime minister delayed the bill's second reading. The bill was scheduled to be debated in Parliament Sept. 5 but has been delayed indefinitely following Liz Truss' election. "Under what looks likely to be a drastically changed cabinet, it is possible that the bill may be amended before it is passed,” Gemserv Head of Data Privacy Camilla Winlo said. Editor's note: IAPP Editorial Director Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, detailed the introduction of the U.K.'s post-Brexit data reform initiatives.
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